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Imposters of Patriotism

Richardson, Ted

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ISBN 10: 1499175884 / ISBN 13: 9781499175882
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Title: Imposters of Patriotism

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

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Savannah, Georgia antiques store owner Matt Hawkins discovers a two-hundred-year-old journal containing a stunning accusation. The journal claims that America’s most revered hero, George Washington, wrote a secret surrender letter to the British during the Revolutionary War—a seditious act that would have ended America’s fight for independence. Meanwhile, the present-day race for president of the United States is a dead heat. The Republican nominee, a direct descendant of Washington’s family, has shamelessly exploited his ties to the Founding Father—a strategy that has worked brilliantly to eliminate a once wide gap in the polls. As the past collides with the present, Hawkins and lovely historian Sarah Gordon are determined to unearth the truth about the journal’s remarkable claim. But they must avoid a shadowy adversary who has a billion dollars riding on the election’s outcome—and who will stop at nothing to ensure that Washington’s surrender letter remains a secret. Ted Richardson’s debut novel can perhaps best be described as historical fiction wrapped inside a modern-day mystery. Richardson ingeniously blends actual historical events with innovative mystery to create a fast-moving, well-plotted tale of suspense.

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After more than twenty-five years as a businessprofessional, Richardson finally parlayed his fascination with Americanhistory and love of a good mystery into writing his own works offiction. Geronimo's Gold is the third installment in the Matt Hawkins historical mystery series. His first novel, Imposters of Patriotism was released in June 2014 to enthusiastic reviews. Abolition of Evil followed in June 2016.

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